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#17 Jason Campbell, QB   Fantasy Football Injury Status   Probable - Elbow
Cincinnati Bengals
Height: 6'-5"
Weight: 230
Birthdate: December 31st,1981
Age: 32
College: Auburn
Year: 2005
Round: 1   Pick: 25
Season Statistics
2007 Fantasy Points by Week
Last Games
Strength of Schedule
Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the QB position. The best rating is +16 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the worst rating is -16 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Fantasy Analysis
Although new head coach Rob Chudzinski promised to give Campbell a “fair shot” to compete for the No. 1 job, incumbent starter Brandon Weeden would have to fall flat on his face to not win the Week 1 nod. Campbell spent 2012 as a backup for the Chicago Bears. Although he played solidly overall in three injury-relief stints, Campbell’s lone start in a Bears uniform was terrible. He went 14-for-22 for 107 yards and one touchdown against two interceptions. The ninth-year pro has a big arm, which makes him a good fit for offensive coordinator Norv Turner’s vertical passing attack. However, unless Weeden struggles or gets hurt, it’s doubtful that Campbell will see the field as a starter. If the Browns are forced to start Campbell for whatever reason, the entire offense will take a big step backwards.

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Injury Report
Week 16 - Probable - Elbow

2008 Draft Central
Average Draft Position (ADP) Tracker
Draft Analysis
Round 10, Pick 11
New coach is QB friendly. So far looks like no effects of injury. Offense continues to improve.
Coming back from injury. Plays in a division of strong defenses. Offense looking weak so far in preseason. New coach.
Draft Strategy
Great second QB pick for late in round 10. (Contributed by: DAFLCommish)

Round 11, Pick 11
A big confident QB, in a west coast offense. His strengths are in the short game a staple of the west coast offense. The Rookie receivers are big and a nice fit for the West coast offense. Looking good in preseason.
This is his his 6th different offense dating back to his college career. Showed a tendency to make bad decisions last year and force the football.
Draft Strategy
Wanted to grab another QB because the ones I have have injury histories. I like what I have seen of this offense and Campbell in particular during the preseason. (Contributed by: Mad_Puppy)

Round 11, Pick 7
Young player who shows potential, and has been handed the keys to an offense with some pretty good weapons.
Will make some young QB mistakes, and probably won't have many big stat days.
Draft Strategy
I waited a long time to get my backup QB. I really like Campbell's potential, but if he doesn't work out, I can probably get someone better on the waiver wire. Hopefully I won't need him for anything other than Hasselbeck's bye week. (Contributed by: pcfountain)